UweMoench posted: By gambling one can get some winning trades here and there. Those few wins give them false hope. And they keep doing it until lose all the money. A trader should focus on learning. Otherwise one should not trade currency.
Gambling and winning is the worst thing that can happen to a trader as it rewards their bad behaviour
I don't really understand the people who gamble on forex market. I mean that gamblers usually derive pleasure from the process itself but not from the result. I wonder, how it is possible to derive pleasure from sitting before the computer screen for several hours following the charts. Gamblers will definetely lose the money sooner or later. THey don't have neither practical knowledge, nor psychological control over the situation on the market.
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